Rural America: The New Global Heartland for Traditional Medicinal Plants

by Dr. Michele Devlin The population of rural America is changing very quickly due to the global economy, new labor needs, and an influx of refugees and immigrants to work in meatpacking, agriculture, and related fields. Nearly 200 languages are now spoken even in small states like Iowa, and some rural towns are quickly becoming … Continue reading Rural America: The New Global Heartland for Traditional Medicinal Plants